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Hi, You did not mention what size engine is in this vehicle or mileage, but your starting issue sounds like it is related to the ignition control module. I am assuming the fuel pressure is ok at this point. The control modules are known to act up over time and can cause a driveability problem that your experiencing. The module will look like this;
if it sounds like it is trying to start you possibly have the firing order off. if that is not the case I would recheck the timing of belt to make sure you dont have one tooth off. stuff like that is so aggrivating, but if you have fuel and fire all you are missing is compression,if firing order isnt off, valves not being completely closed whent they need to be. due to improper timing.
check your timming .dist may have moved on you this happend to me i have a 2500 gmc pu.ran fine .started,my truck it ran moved about 20 feet and dyed .cranked over but no start just by fluke moved dist back and a way we go try that .good luck ED.